Nature has created another minor miracle, the perfect partner for horsetail hair and cotton: wool. Pure wool helps to ensure a good bed climate and works a bit like your bed’s own climate control unit. Since ancient times, people have known about wool’s amazing ability to warm when it’s cold and cool when it’s warm. You will stay dry and sleep at just the right temperature.
THE PERFECT RECIPE
Benefits that last
The history of wool goes back thousands of years. The Babylonians and Egyptians with wool. The oldest example of woven wool has been dated to the Bronze age, which would make it around 3,000 years old. But wool was not only used to produce weaves for clothing, it was used in bedding as well. Wool’s ability to warm and protect you while you are asleep and awake is the same today. By using both wool, cotton and horsetail hair as padding material in carefully calculated combinations; we give our beds, temperature-regulating properties and natural elasticity.
Optimized through evolution
The wool fiber has a complex spring-like structure with a textured surface, optimized through evolution to provide thermal protection. This unique cellular structure is very different from smooth synthetic fibers. The structure of wool fiber allows for a large volume of air between the fibers, giving amazing natural insulation properties along with flexibility, elasticity and resilience. Wool can also absorb up to 30 percent of its weight in water without feeling wet, Tiny pores allow water to pass through the wool fiber, making the material comfortable both on warm summer and cool winter nights. Sleep tight, all year round.